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Blogs: Access to Justice
Author: Jon Busby
I take portraits to help me understand people and the wider world through their stories and experiences. I created Faces of Law in 2013 because I thought it would be interesting to build a catalogue about the legal community. My inspiration was Brandon Stanton's Humans of New York project (HONY).
A multidisciplinary research network exploring the crossover between law and justice and comics of all kinds
Komos and Nomos: Paper at University of Dundee, 15 November 2017
'Graphic Justice: Law, Comics, and Related Visual Media' stream at the Socio-Legal Studies Association 2018
GJRA Abstracts: Lucy Finchett-Maddock, The Art/Law Network
GJRA Discussions 2017: Jill Marshall's Legal Ideas Factory
GJRA Abstracts: Atalay, Shannon, Swogger, 'The Journey To Complete The Work: Comics, storytelling and the law in the implementation of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act’
Video hearings put to the test
How we’re investigating Digital Ledger Technologies to secure digital evidence
Digital Architecture at the core of Reform
Direct entrance to courts and tribunals buildings
Realising the potential for video hearings
Court and Tribunal Forms search has moved to GOV.UK
Helping people to use online services
Form finder search is moving to GOV.UK
Author: Jon Robins, freelance journalist
About access to justice in the context of deregulation of legal services under the Legal Services Act 2007 and the cuts to the legal aid scheme under the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill.
Greenwich Citizens Advice Go's Live
Instant Law & LawWorks Partner to increase access
Direct Public Access- Can Lawyers deliver?
Instant Law UK Launches In Islington
“This service is invaluable".
Free Video Conf Legal Advice for Home Users
Brent Library Services extends solicitor led free legal advice service
Tower Hamlets partners with Instant Law UK
Supporting Exonerees: ensuring accessible, continuing and consistent support
JUSTICE is recruiting interns for our summer internship
JUSTICE is recruiting two Lawyers
We have space to rent
The ‘neither confirm nor deny’ (NCND) response
Innovations in personally-delivered advice: surveying the landscape
JUSTICE Student Conference: Book your tickets now
JUSTICE to host successor to the Administrative Justice Forum
Publisher: Legal Action Group
Comment and analysis on legal aid and access to justice issues.
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Author: Edited by Roger Smith
Activists Speaking 2: Steve’s Story
Solicitors pro bono charity in Anglo-American collaboration
Activists Speaking 1: Terry’s Story – Terry Stokes of rightsnet
Illinois Goes Wiki: Edit Now – going forward, looking backward
In Praise of Video in a Legal Clinic
Poor People and Legal Tech: a short overview of where we are now
Justice Connect: Gateway to a new digital world?
Online Dispute Resolution, Tribunals and Measurement of Success
Discussing the government's legal aid reforms, the rule of law and the future of the legal professions
Lords debate prison legal aid – Lord Pannick motion to regret 29 Jan 2014
Evidence to JCHR 23 October 2013
House of Lords debate 11 July 2013
Nick Armstrong submission to JCHR
Local authorities: residence test will cost us £26m and is unlawful
BRIEFING: CIVIL LEGAL AID AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE
Chris Graying: judicial review is a left wing campaign tool
News and updates for practitioners on legal aid funding and policy
A turbulent August
Immigration legal aid reinstated for non-asylum child cases
New LAG Legal Aid Handbook
New LAA position statement on statutory charge
LAA amends 14 hour rule for crime duty solicitor
Housing court duty tender cancelled
Housing Court Duty Tender Quashed
LAA amends contracts for GDPR
Publisher: Legal Voice
An online magazine about access to justice aimed at legal aid law firms, the not-for-profit sector and all organisations providing publicly-funded legal advice in the UK.
Author: Ministry of Justice Digital Services Division
The Ministry of Justice Digital Services Division has been set up to lead the digital transformation of services in the justice system.
‘Nudging’ separated parents to agree arrangements for their children
Another step towards more efficient prisons
An experiment with professional triads
Recruiting in the open: a taste of life at MOJ digital
Pushing the boundaries of data science with the MOJ Analytical Platform
System vulnerabilities: the good, the bad and the ugly
How to build and release a digital by default service in 12 weeks
Guest post: So long, silos - how content collaboration helps users
Publisher: Transform Justice
Transform Justice was set up in 2012 by Penelope Gibbs, a former magistrate who had worked (successfully) to reduce child and youth imprisonment in the UK. The charity will help create a better justice system in the UK, a system which is fairer, more open, more humane and more effective. Transform Justice will enhance the system through promoting change - by generating research and evidence to show how the system works and how it could be improved, and by persuading the public to support those changes and practitioners and politicians to make them.
Court is a delicate ecosystem in which human contact is essential
Digital court reform – dissent in the ranks?
Domestic abuse programmes – where is the evidence they work?
Healing or opening emotional wounds -should restorative justice be used for domestic abuse?
The judgment of Solomon – should judges be all-knowing?
The imprisonment of mothers harms the interests of their children
The death of local justice? How court closures marginalise rural communities
Crisis what crisis? Magistrate numbers cut by half
Author: Prof Roger Smith OBE
Roger Smith is an expert in domestic and international aspects of legal aid, human rights and access to justice.
Goodbye for now: but see you elsewhere
Surviving Armageddon: BC 1 England 0
Greater Boston Legal Services: a legal granddaddy still delivers
Just do it: responding to the human rights debate
International legal aid: the latest
Price competitive tendering: not an impressive proposal
Legal aid: the cuts, the context and the challenge
Best integrated legal advice provision in the world?